Nice variations, looking forward to trying this one.
It is easy-peasy, and the type of bead can change the look dramatically.
These are great!
Thanks. They are easy to work, which is nice.
Ah, beautiful what you did.so inventive.
It is always nice to try a stitch out on a straight line and a curve to see how it behaves.
Nice effect.Two variations, inspiring.
The Buttonhole stitch can be varied in so many ways. I quite like the circle.
Are you buying beads on your trip or did you take those pretty little glass bubbles along?
They are from my stash of inherited beads and are most likely Japanese. I MIGTH run of and have to buy some later on.
two good variations on this stitch Queenie. So you are on the way to UK so looking forward to seeing you and having more time this year
It was fun to work both of them.Yes, time flies so I'll see you soon!
very lovely stitching.
It can't be compared to the impressive work you did on your paisley design.
Your stitches are so nice, love the circle! I'm so looking forward to finish my beaded buttonhole. I started last Friday, but there was no stitching time this weekend. I hope to make some time for it tomorrow.
I am sure you will stun us with a wonderful design and even stitches.
I love your creative flow Queenie.........It has that undeniable 'Q' stamped all over it !Great stuff !hugsChris Richardsxxxx
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